The Ballymun Job Centre (BJC) was established in 1986 as a community response to a chronic unemployment situation. Since opening, the BJC has adapted to changes in the environment in order to respond more effectively to the needs of the community. A voluntary organisation with charitable status, the BJC has a proven track record of providing quality and innovative services.

Vision Statement:
• Increase individual’s capacity to realise their labour market potential
• Raise the skills, educational levels and the labour market aspirations of individuals
• Provide individuals with greater labour market choice
• Provide the opportunity to improve employability, increase employment earnings and reduce future vulnerability to welfare dependence and poverty

Mission Statement:
To raise the skills, educational levels and the labour market aspirations of individuals in the greater Ballymun area.

Our Goals, Objectives & Achievements


Seamless Services for Job Seekers:


Funding for the BJC labour market services and activities comes from a variety of different sources.

The service is made up of a number of different and inter-related elements. Each of the separately funded services, projects and activities are linked to form a seamless service to the clients.

Since 1996 the BJC has managed the Local Employment Service Network (LESN) on behalf of the Department of Social Protection (DSP).

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